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New Service Available! 

Relaxation Therapy

Stress can be overwhelming and physically destructive on the human body. Learning techniques that can alleviate that stress could help you live a healthier, longer life.

Personalized Relaxation Therapy

Click here to schedule a free introductory session.

Click here to view all of our appointment types.

Peace Be Still: A Whole Person Approach to Chronic Pain


What are you willing to do in order to have less pain?


Peace Be Still is a whole person approach to pain management. This program is for private clients who want to explore holistic methods for managing pain and desire companionship and guidance in finding your way towards a life with less pain.


In person and virtual appointments are available

Cost negotiable for bundle of 7 sessions for pilot participants

Interested? Contact Sister Dixie


mobile: 614.531.6663


During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have created some informational and experiential self care video content on Facebook in partnership with the Vineyard Columbus Support for Life ministry. 

Anxiety Depression - A Centering Prayer Exercise

Loss and Lament: 2-Part Series

Part 1 - Loss

Part 2 - Lament

Immunity and Imaginative Prayer

Part 1 - Immunity

Part 2 - Imaginative Prayer


In-Home Care

For those who are unable to travel due to chronic illness, advanced aging, or hospice care, I am able to provide services in private homes, long-term care facilities or acute care settings. The sensory therapies provided in these settings may be limited based on contraindications with medical care restrictions or challenges with carrying in therapy equipment.

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"In the busyness of our lives it’s often difficult to find a place to just sit, rest for a minute. I found this time and the activities gave me space and time to increase my sense of God’s presence."

"Just wanted to let you know just how much I enjoyed my time last week with you. It was a very special time and gave me a breath of fresh air. Time spent on reflection with our Lord can never be measured and certainly reinforced that I do need to spend more time doing so."

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